JTIE, 2017 (vol. 9), 1
THE APPLICATION OF TABLETS FROM PRIMARY TEACHERS PERSPECTIVE
JTIE 2017, 9(1):5-14 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.025
Lessons which are supported by modern technologies is a topic very much discussed these days. Mainly in recent years mobile devices desire to have their place in lessons, especially tablets. Presented research study deals with teacher's opinions on involving these devices in lessons. After finisihing the research, a questionnaire for primary school teachers with different approbations was set up. Individual parts of the questionnaire mainly dealt with whether the respondent even uses tablets in his or hers lessons, alternatively how often etc. The results tell us, that on one hand we can see teachers who are trying to use touch devices in lessons because...
STUDENTS OF THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND THEIR VIEW ON THE USE OF ELECTRONIC STUDY MATERIALS
JTIE 2017, 9(1):15-29 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.024
The article presents the results of a comparative research study performed at the Faculty of Education, Palacký University Olomouc, which involved first grade students. The research was aimed at various types of information resources the students use during their study including their opinion about electronic study materials. We used a cluster analysis to investigate typical groups of students in the research sample according to their use of and approach to electronic study materials. A total of three groups of students were identified that have completely different approaches to using information resources. The article was a part of an project IGA_PdF_2015_...
THEORIES, STYLES AND STRATEGIES OF LEARNING IN E-LEARNING
JTIE 2017, 9(1):30-42 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.014
Information and communication technologies currently provide many incentives for the development of the educational process not only at the application, but also at the theoretical level. The very process of integrating these technologies into teaching, sometimes called simply the electronic learning (e-learning), however, was no one-off and had stemmed from several different theories of learning, determining the different levels and methods of use. The submitted article presents connections between the particular theories of learning and the possibilities of support from information and communication technologies, with particular focus on the issues...
TWO METHODS OF EVALUATION OF ADAPTIVE STUDY MATERIALS
Kateřina KOSTOLÁNYOVÁ, Jana ŠARMANOVÁ
JTIE 2017, 9(1):43-60 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.009
In this paper, adaptive e-learning means individualized e-learning instruction which automatically adapts the study material to every student’s personal characteristics, i.e. their learning styles. In order for this form of instruction to be successful, highly structuralized and adaptable study materials are essential. As far as the author is concerned, it is a new and demanding way of creating study materials. Therefore, feedback about their quality is of paramount importance. The goal of the paper is to introduce two new methods of automatic evaluation. At the conclusion of instruction, the log about students’ behavior in the online mode...
DISTANCE LEARNING OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
JTIE 2017, 9(1):61-70 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.019
The aim of this paper is to show the main differences between distance and full-time teaching computer science at the university. One of the options to compare quality full-time and distance study is to compare the level of success completion of the courses. For comparison were used rate statistics in selected courses for Bachelor’s and Master’s studies of Computer Science, and in several academic years of full-time and distance study. The author shows the basic problems and possible solutions for addressing them. Like other research method was to use a questionnaire, which is determined by the use of electronic materials online.
THE POTENTIAL AND LIMITS OF E-LEARNING IN CONTINUING EDUCATION OF TEACHERS
JTIE 2017, 9(1):71-87 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.018
The paper deals with specific advantages, possibilities, and limitations caused by the implementation of e-learning into the lifelong programs and courses for teachers at the university. It presents experience from the supplementary pedagogical study program focused on the preparation of teachers for secondary education. The paper also deals with the problems that accompany e-learning, especially in terms of quality of the study support and attitude to the students. It emphasizes the specifics of the target group of adult learners - teachers who are already working in schools, and those, who are getting ready for their teaching career by attending...
ANALYSIS OF THE STUDENT LEARNING PROCESS IN LMS MOODLE
Milan PASTYŘÍK, Ingrid NAGYOVÁ
JTIE 2017, 9(1):88-98 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.020
The article describes the results of the data analysis recorded through the log reports in Moodle courses, a course specifically for the Educational Technology. The analysis compares data recorded in 2012 and 2013, separately for a group of full-time students and combined study. The paper shows the possibility of monitoring the students’ activities in an e-learning course, from the viewpoint of the number of activities with respect to time and place of the action. The results of analysis point out the work styles of students in e-learning environment, the impacts of which there may have changes made in education. The analysis can simultaneously...
E-LEARNING TOOLS AND ICT USAGE OF OPEN AND DISTANCE EDUCATION STUDENTS
JTIE 2017, 9(1):99-108 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.028
The main purpose of this study was to determine the use of e-learning tools and ICTs by open and distance education students. Over than eighty thousand students from 40 different programs in the school year of 2013-2014 at Anadolu University participated to the study. A questionnaire form was developed and used as data collecting tool. According to the results of the research, open and distance students own at least one of the tools out of computer, Smart-Phone and Tablets. Almost all of the students have a Smart-Phone and internet access. It was determined that the majority of students use e-learning tools provided by the University, no matter which...
ALGORITMIC AND APPLICATION COMPUTER SKILLS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL GRADUATES
JTIE 2017, 9(1):109-121 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.017
The paper is concerned on problem of detecting and comparing output informatics skills of secondary school graduates in the context of inconsistent school educational programs; it mentions the necessity of establishing unified output skills, lists some of testing tools used in schools. The author introduces the Hungarian didactic test which was used for testing current algorithmic and application computer skills of freshmen of tertiary IT studies. The appropriateness of using this test in Czech Republic in order to find out the current status quo is considered. The author discusses this informatics test, analyses some particular tasks, and reveals...
COMPARISON OF E-LEARNING WITH STANDARD ATTENDANCE TEACHING AT TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
JTIE 2017, 9(1):122-133 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.027
The study examines the successfulness of e-learning in university education compared to standard full-time classes. The objective of the article is to contribute to the current discussion on the significance and evaluation of digital technologies in the university students studies. Through an empirical research it seeks the answer to the question whether it is more appropriate to use e-learning or standard full-time classes for students of a bachelor’s degree programme in the teaching of specialized subjects in a foreign language, whether e-learning is equally successful for males and females in the teaching of specialized subjects in a foreign...
EFFECTS OF THE USE OF INTERACTIVE TEXTBOOKS ON EDUCATION
JTIE 2017, 9(1):134-140 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.030
Digital books are used more often nowadays. As these textbooks are able to better mediate some information, it may be assumed that children improve their study results. Based on the pedagogical experiment, the goal is to verify this idea. The pedagogical experiment was carried on two primary schools. The first of the schools joined with one experimental class (where an interactive textbook was used) and two control classes (where the usual paper textbooks were used). The positive effect was proved only partially. Having examined all samples from both of the schools (134 tests in total) and considering influencing factors, the main hypothesis has not...
INCENTIVES LEADING TO EDUCATION OF MANAGERS IN THE FIELD OF INFORMATION- COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
JTIE 2017, 9(1):141-155 | 10.5507/jtie.2016.029
Managers, who want to prosper, must not only support ICT development, but also learn to actively use the ICT. Continuing education is a significant means of developing managers’ abilities. The managers acquire knowledge and skills not only by graduate and postgraduate education, but by various forms of lifelong learning as well. Managers of ICT education led a number of incentives. The most important are interested in personal growth, the possibility of a better application, a career. For these initiatives have a significant impact several factors: gender, age, education, job position.